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the olympics are bloody boring too. There's got to be a better way to spend a summer day than watch men in tight sweaty spandex suits run around a track for all of 15 seconds.


you know there's different events right?


yes, and all are bloody boring. they just rise to prominence once every 4 years.


are you british or something because you repeated the word bloody? just curious



indians say bloody a lot. i'm not joking.


oh, so ur indian. yeah i did notice they say bloody alot in their movies too.


yup, it's a national trait now. after the British introduced it our country ("Bloody Indian get back to work.") generations of schoolteachers and elderly folk have popularized bloody in India. It's similar to how people in the US say 'Like' or 'Whatever'.


this history reminds me more of the movie, Lagaan. did you watch it before. boy i loved that movie sooo much

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Posted 6/25/08

aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


piratexxbaby wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:

the olympics are bloody boring too. There's got to be a better way to spend a summer day than watch men in tight sweaty spandex suits run around a track for all of 15 seconds.


you know there's different events right?


yes, and all are bloody boring. they just rise to prominence once every 4 years.


are you british or something because you repeated the word bloody? just curious



indians say bloody a lot. i'm not joking.


oh, so ur indian. yeah i did notice they say bloody alot in their movies too.


yup, it's a national trait now. after the British introduced it our country ("Bloody Indian get back to work.") generations of schoolteachers and elderly folk have popularized bloody in India. It's similar to how people in the US say 'Like' or 'Whatever'.


this history reminds me more of the movie, Lagaan. did you watch it before. boy i loved that movie sooo much



since i hate cricket, indian history(it's mostly boring except for the extremism and radicalism) and i hate bollywood, and lagaan is a 4 hour historical Bollywood movie about cricket, I didn't watch it.
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Posted 6/25/08

h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


piratexxbaby wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:

the olympics are bloody boring too. There's got to be a better way to spend a summer day than watch men in tight sweaty spandex suits run around a track for all of 15 seconds.


you know there's different events right?


yes, and all are bloody boring. they just rise to prominence once every 4 years.


are you british or something because you repeated the word bloody? just curious



indians say bloody a lot. i'm not joking.


oh, so ur indian. yeah i did notice they say bloody alot in their movies too.


yup, it's a national trait now. after the British introduced it our country ("Bloody Indian get back to work.") generations of schoolteachers and elderly folk have popularized bloody in India. It's similar to how people in the US say 'Like' or 'Whatever'.


this history reminds me more of the movie, Lagaan. did you watch it before. boy i loved that movie sooo much



since i hate cricket, indian history(it's mostly boring except for the extremism and radicalism) and i hate bollywood, and lagaan is a 4 hour historical Bollywood movie about cricket, I didn't watch it.


oh, but i thought indians love cricket. though, i find cricket a bit boring, its like a country's sport. i think almost everyone in india loves cricket
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Posted 6/25/08

aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


piratexxbaby wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:

the olympics are bloody boring too. There's got to be a better way to spend a summer day than watch men in tight sweaty spandex suits run around a track for all of 15 seconds.


you know there's different events right?


yes, and all are bloody boring. they just rise to prominence once every 4 years.


are you british or something because you repeated the word bloody? just curious



indians say bloody a lot. i'm not joking.


oh, so ur indian. yeah i did notice they say bloody alot in their movies too.


yup, it's a national trait now. after the British introduced it our country ("Bloody Indian get back to work.") generations of schoolteachers and elderly folk have popularized bloody in India. It's similar to how people in the US say 'Like' or 'Whatever'.


this history reminds me more of the movie, Lagaan. did you watch it before. boy i loved that movie sooo much



since i hate cricket, indian history(it's mostly boring except for the extremism and radicalism) and i hate bollywood, and lagaan is a 4 hour historical Bollywood movie about cricket, I didn't watch it.


oh, but i thought indians love cricket. though, i find cricket a bit boring, its like a country's sport. i think almost everyone in india loves cricket


everyone except me then :D
a bit boring? it's super-boring!
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Posted 6/25/08

h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


aminasahra wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:


piratexxbaby wrote:


h4x0rz wrote:

the olympics are bloody boring too. There's got to be a better way to spend a summer day than watch men in tight sweaty spandex suits run around a track for all of 15 seconds.


you know there's different events right?


yes, and all are bloody boring. they just rise to prominence once every 4 years.


are you british or something because you repeated the word bloody? just curious



indians say bloody a lot. i'm not joking.


oh, so ur indian. yeah i did notice they say bloody alot in their movies too.


yup, it's a national trait now. after the British introduced it our country ("Bloody Indian get back to work.") generations of schoolteachers and elderly folk have popularized bloody in India. It's similar to how people in the US say 'Like' or 'Whatever'.


this history reminds me more of the movie, Lagaan. did you watch it before. boy i loved that movie sooo much



since i hate cricket, indian history(it's mostly boring except for the extremism and radicalism) and i hate bollywood, and lagaan is a 4 hour historical Bollywood movie about cricket, I didn't watch it.


oh, but i thought indians love cricket. though, i find cricket a bit boring, its like a country's sport. i think almost everyone in india loves cricket


everyone except me then :D
a bit boring? it's super-boring!


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I wanna goooooo. D:
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I will pass on it bc i i hate them so much, i mean come on its so freaking boring, if you want to see something cool just watch football,baseball,basketball,hockey,and other sports but this crap dude i hate it so much
Posted 6/25/08

smarty99 wrote:

well im just curious
is anyone going to the olympic??
i am
it was unexpected
my dad got my whole family front row seat
i was a little disappointed about it since i was planning to go to japan arouund that time
but at least he got me 5 extra tickects for me friends
i guess its still fine
its not like ive never seen it before
but my dad loves these things so i have to respect him

so on the other hand is anyone going to the olympic??>?


Front Row seats for what event? And be sure to tell your dad thanks for wasting the family money.
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Nope I am to young. Haha...and plus I rather watch it at home. o_o
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I love Olympics..
But, just watching it on TV... Enough for now...
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smarty99 wrote:

well im just curious
is anyone going to the olympic??
i am
it was unexpected
my dad got my whole family front row seat
i was a little disappointed about it since i was planning to go to japan arouund that time
but at least he got me 5 extra tickects for me friends
i guess its still fine
its not like ive never seen it before
but my dad loves these things so i have to respect him

so on the other hand is anyone going to the olympic??>?


Front Row seats for what event? And be sure to tell your dad thanks for wasting the family money.


okay but it wasn't much we go there every 4years
i used more on my traveling expense
and shopping so it wasn't alot at all
we just look at it as a time to meet family members
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can't afford it plus i haven't got the time...
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Posted 6/25/08

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smarty99 wrote:

well im just curious
is anyone going to the olympic??
i am
it was unexpected
my dad got my whole family front row seat
i was a little disappointed about it since i was planning to go to japan arouund that time
but at least he got me 5 extra tickects for me friends
i guess its still fine
its not like ive never seen it before
but my dad loves these things so i have to respect him

so on the other hand is anyone going to the olympic??>?


You sound like the type of guy who can't even pay his rent, and his life is going down a toilet, and you can't even get a girlfriend so you get on the internet and say stuff like, "Well, i was going to go to Japan this year, but then my dad got us front row seats to the olympics, so i guess i'll go." FAIL.

Plus the Olympics are gay. I don't want to waste my time going somwhere to watch men in pink tights do flips and shit.

I can watch my five year old brother do the same thing. Except without the gay tights. So why would i waste my precious time and money going to see something that i know i can see for free? And more entertaining. I mean, who wouldent want to a 90 pound five year old attempt to do cartwheels.


i know that i cant pay rents since i dont use cash if u except credit cards then ill pay
oh i dont pay 4 my things my parents do
plus dont be jelouse that u cant go
its okay u dont have to hide ur true feeling
and they aren't amatures like that 90 pound five years old doing cartwheel
if u want me to see that then u r just gonna waste my and ur time
plus i have a girl friend
if u dont know the facts please get it right
i could see that u know nothing about the olympic its not only gymnastic it has other events too
Posted 6/25/08

smarty99 wrote:


blablabla9876 wrote:


smarty99 wrote:

well im just curious
is anyone going to the olympic??
i am
it was unexpected
my dad got my whole family front row seat
i was a little disappointed about it since i was planning to go to japan arouund that time
but at least he got me 5 extra tickects for me friends
i guess its still fine
its not like ive never seen it before
but my dad loves these things so i have to respect him

so on the other hand is anyone going to the olympic??>?


Front Row seats for what event? And be sure to tell your dad thanks for wasting the family money.


okay but it wasn't much we go there every 4years
i used more on my traveling expense
and shopping so it wasn't alot at all
we just look at it as a time to meet family members


You still didn't answer my question what events?
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